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  • Cannes Film Review: 'The Wonders'

    The mood of Alice Rohrwacher's "The Wonders" is similar to that of her 2011 debut, "Corpo celeste": Dardennes-inspired lensing, impressionistic sequences capturing the developing spirit of an adolescent girl, and a sense of people out of step with the...
  • Amazon Adds HBO Series to Prime Instant Video Including 'Boardwalk Empire,' 'Sopranos'

    Amazon.com is now streaming the first wave of HBO programming, including original series "The Sopranos," "Boardwalk Empire" and "True Blood," on Prime Instant Video under the exclusive deal the companies reached last month. The pact covers library...
  • Imax Launching $50 Million Film Fund for Documentaries (EXCLUSIVE)

    Imax will develop documentaries using a newly created $50 million fund, with the wide-screen company promising a series of films that will deal with such heady topics as globalization, technology and space, but with a sense of humor. "This is an...
  • Variety's Andrew Stewart Tapped for Imax Communcations Post

    Variety reporter Andrew Stewart has been tapped as Imax's manager of corporate communications, effective June 2. Stewart, who has worked at Variety since 2008, will report to Ann Sommerlath, senior VP of global corporate communications. He'll based in...
  • CANNES: 'Love At First Fight' Scores Historic Directors' Fortnight Triple

    First-time director Thomas Cailley's Gallic romcom "Les Combattants" (Love At First Fight) scored a historic triple at Cannes Friday, sweeping all three of Cannes' 46th Directors' Fortnight prizes, the first time that has ever happened. Starring Kevin...
  • Cannes Q&A: Frederick Wiseman

    With "National Gallery," documentary helmer Frederick Wiseman expands his focus from chronicling the day-to-day of U.S. institutions to include the famous London art museum. It is his third film to play in Cannes, after "The Last Letter" and "Boxing Gym."...
  • CANNES: 'White God' Wins Un Certain Regard Prize

    CANNES -- "White God," Hungarian helmer Kornel Mundruczo's audacious drama about a canine uprising, won the Un Certain Regard Prize at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday. The jury prize was given to "Force majeure," Scandinavian helmer Ruben Ostlund's...
  • Composers have their time in spotlight

    Composers have their time in spotlight
    It's the time in a movie when most audience members take their attention off the screen — when they begin talking, checking their phones and shuffling out of the darkness. For Carl St.Clair, it's sometimes the best part of the film. The...
  • After European tour, AACC Symphony Orchestra hits high note on home turf

    After European tour, AACC Symphony Orchestra hits high note on home turf
    The Anne Arundel Community College Symphony Orchestra continues to surpass audience expectations under music director and conductor Anna Binneweg, now in her eighth season at the college. Having performed six concerts in its first European tour in...
  • Sundance Drama 'Little Accidents' Gets U.S. Distribution

    Amplify has acquired all U.S. rights to the Rust Belt drama "Little Accidents" three months after its premiere at Sundance. The film, inspired by writer-director Sara Colangelo's 2010 short of the same name, is the story of a coal town reeling from a...
  • San Sebastian Reveals Zabaltegi Lineup

    BARCELONA -- Ulrich Seidl's "In the Basement," Kaouther Ben Hania's "Challat of Tunis," and Andrew Huculiak's "Violent" will screen at the 62nd San Sebastian Festival's Zabaltegi sidebar, section, which this year highlights a swathe of documentaries or...